Available from :06-02-2016
Victor Michael are proud to present this ground floor flat to the rental market. This little gem is a one double bedroom property situated close to Surrey Quays DLR. Due to location, affordability and interior of this property, Victor Michael advise early viewing. The property consists of one double bedroom, a fully fitted kitchen and fully tiled family bathroom. This property will be available from 6th February. To secure your private viewing, call Victor Michael now on 0207 540 9696
Bus Routes 225 47 188 N1
Schools Grinling Gibbons Primary School
Rachel McMillan Nursery
St Joseph's R C Primary
Addey and Stanhope School
Marathon Science School
It may not be so well served by the tube network, but hop on a bus and you'll find loads of great things to do in south London. The lively communities of south-east London and south-west London have some pretty unusual things to do : there's high-altitude aperitifs, bountiful London food markets, cafés and coffee shops in shipping containers and an over-inflated mammal - all waiting for you south of the Thames.
South London, or South of the Thames is often seen as the more picturesque part of London and has more areas where you can "forget" you're in the city.
Deptford, South London's answer to Shoreditch/Camden. If you prefer the alternative, cultural lifestyle and want to move to the city but find areas in and around Shoreditch too pricey then you may find yourself more affordable property here. A lot of Goldsmiths students live in the local area (it's close to the university) so the area has a cool, young bohemian vibe.
Greenwich is where hemispheres meet and home to a World Heritage Site, The O2, London's only cable car and London's oldest Royal Park. Greenwich is packed with royal heritage, world class attractions and breathtaking views, all in a beautiful riverside setting
Climb aboard Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper built at the end of the golden age of sail and used to bring tea from China to Britain. Discover what life was like aboard the legendary 19th-century ship and walk beneath the carefully designed hull that made her one of the fastest ships of her time.
Find some quirky and unique gifts in Greenwich Market, recently refurbished with a new roof, re-laid cobbles and lighting. Open seven days a week, the covered market is London's favourite for craft, design, antiques and collectables. Don't forget to explore the Pavilion food court with street food from around the world and new seating area.
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